Red Knight Gardens
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- Swimming pool
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... us the most is the vast activities they offer from snorkeling, kayaking, cliff jumping even rappelling. Gathering information about the resort is hard but we soon realized that going there is even harder. The boat ride was nothing to complain of however the land trip was crazy, in fact crazy is an understatement. Imagine a road which seemed to be unpaved, narrow and sprawled with big rocks simulating a ...
The next morning (1st Jan) we were wondering if we needed to deal with the situation or not, when Kim came down looking very distressed and told us that he had just received a phone call from his sister in NZ to say that his mother had had a stroke and that she was a few hours away from death. They wanted to return immediately. It was a hard time for both Kim and Caitlin. The farewells between Caitlin and Richard were heart-rending and when we took the boys ...
... I was. My plans changed several times on this trip. I was going to do more cities and countryside, but decided I didn't like it, so I sped up my trip and went to more islands instead. Samal Island would not allow Nel's sister's to stay in our room due to standard operating procedure. I rented an extra hotel room for them in Davao at a place called Ponce Suites. Ponce Suites was unreal. Not a luxury hotel, but one of the most unique hotels I've ever ...
... Monfort caves on Samal Island are famous for being the habitat of more than 2.5 million fruit bats, known locally as Kwaknits. The Crocodile Park in Ma-a is providing visitors with encounters with one of the most-feared creature of mankind, the man-eating crocodile. Aside from these predators, you can see many other animals like parrots, monkeys, snakes, dragon lizards and birds such as doves, falcons, hawks, ostrich and eagles. Mount Apo is the highest peak in ...
... they replayed the fist action several times and when people knew that what was coming, the second time it was replayed, he said everyone was cheering and clapping for our mayor here! I copied and pasted the newspaper article from the Inquirer:
DAVAO CITY—An incensed Mayor Sara Duterte punched not once, but four times, a court sheriff for insisting on demolishing houses inside a contested property in Barangay Soliman in Davao’s Agdao ...